I stop thinking about the process. Then do something else while sitting at your desk or wherever you do your work. Works every time. The car is also a good place. Although, taking notes is a problem.
Ok. makes sense. for how long do you break from the writing?
My breaks can last a few hours or several weeks. Don't follow any specific patterns and I certainly don't schedule writing time. If I have an open time on my calendar and there's something I want to write down, I do it.
Background music like the Inception soundtrack that silences a lot of petty distractions without pulling me away from the work. The Sunshine soundtrack and Interstellar are just as good.
Turning the internet off.
I find I am able to focus best using good old pen and paper and leaving my cell phone in another room.
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